As usual, the 13-minute clip gives fans a closer look into Wiz’s everyday life, which includes traveling on the road, kicking at the crib with the homies and son Bash in LA, working on music, shooting videos, and of course smoking plenty of weed and having a good time. Shot by Slick Jackson, check out the always-entertaining and fun-having vlog clip now.
To borrow a line from the opening of his hit MTV show, Viva La Bam, Bam Margera is asked by his dear friend and Jackass alum, Brandon DiCamillo, “What will he do next!?” Bam replies, “Whatever the f**k I want.” Hence, welcome to the next chapter in the Book of Bam. Bam Margera isn’t re-inventing. To put it simply, Bam is merely peeling back yet another layer of himself and revealing that this complicated, unique, and ultimately talented individual has a lot to offer in the way of music. Check it out.
James Franco famously played a Riff Raff-inspired character in Spring Breakers and, while Raff wasn’t happy at the time, it seems things have come full circle as Franco has a starring role in the new video for “Only In America,” a track off the rapper’s Peach Panther album from earlier this year. Franco once again plays a Riff Raff facsimile and is surrounded by girls and American flags. Check it out!
“If you know about guns, you know he has some high dollar pieces. He has short barrels, and a suppressor so he’s registered with the ATF. 2 x P90’s/FN 5-7 pistols/Gold Desert Eagle/ 50 Cal Sniper and lots more. I’d take the P90 if I had 1 choice. A 50 round clip, no recoil, super small, perfect carry for vehicles, you don’t have to worry about the barrel hitting your steering wheel, and you can aim out of your vehicle with ease.”
Fresh off the release of their fourth studio album, Mount Ninji and da Nice Time Kid, eccentric South African duo Die Antwoord (members: Ninja and Yolandi) detail the origins of their creative madness, South Africa’s magic, weed-fueled studio sessions, Yolandi’s pitched voice and the inspiration behind the LP – including a music video Ninja promises will be the “most important contemporary art piece of this century.” Enter their beautiful and bizarre world below!
Martin Shkreli still owns the only copy of the Wu-Tang Clan’s album Once Upon a Time in Shaolin, and he promised to release the project to the public if Donald Trump was elected president. So following Trump’s victory, Shkreli appeared to be make good on that promise. He shared several snippets of the album during a live stream and promised to negotiate the terms of a wider release for the album with Wu-Tang. Check it out!
Blink-182 have released a video for their new single She’s Out Of Her Mind – and it’s an up-to-date take on their promo for 1999 hit What’s My Age Again? Rather than the band running through the streets naked as in the What’s My Age Again? clip, the video stars nude Instagram models Lele Pons, Hannah Stocking and Vale Genta. And the role of the ‘sexy nurse’ played by porn star Janine Lindemulder in the 1999 promo is handed to comedian Adam Devine.
The song “Killa” has been one of the most notable songs of 2016 thus far. The track has been played across the world at various festivals and remixed by some of today’s best producers. The track is undeniably unique, which is what exactly what you’d hope for from the two creators of the track. Now, there is finally an official music video to match the madness of the track created by Skrillex and Wiwkek. Check it out!
With Cudi now thankfully getting the help he needs, a new video has emerged for the track “Frequency”; a Mike Dean/Plain Pat production that first emerged way back in March. The song itself is a reminder of Cudi’s status as a hip-hop outlier who, when he gets it right, is able to hit on a hooky, experimental aesthetic that basically no one else in the game can.